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Corona Saw Review
Corona RS 7265D Razor Tooth Folding Pruning Saw is a razor tooth pruning saw blasts through small and medium branches with ease. Use Corona pruning saws for faster, cleaner, smoother, easier cutting of either green or hard, dead, and frozen limbs. Each whetstone-ground razor tooth is sharpened with 3 angles for a blade that cuts twice as fast as conventional saws.
What matters most with a saw is the blade. In this case, the Corona Razor Tooth Folding Saw – 10 in excels with hardened aggressive teeth and a curved profile. Folding and unfolding the saw was simple with the press of button at the top of the saw. Moving the blade was smooth. Unfolded, the saw felt solid and locked in place. Excellent for campsite use!
The Corona Razor Tooth Folding Saw – 10 in is a folding saw designed for pruning small to medium branches.
- Features a safety locking switch for the folded and unfolded position
- 3-Sided razor teeth for efficient cutting, 10” blade
- Impulse-hardened teeth for long service life
- Curved-blade design for faster cutting
- Replaceable, curved, taper-ground folding blade
- Ergonomically designed, comfortable, co-molded handle
According to informal research on various arborist forums, this is the number two favorite folding saw. It is only bested by Japanese Silky folding saws and often compared with the Bahco Laplander.
Initial impressions of the Corona Razor tooth folding saw blade were good. The teeth are hardened and the blade is curved for more efficient cutting. The curve design reduces friction and pinching of the branch onto the blade. The blade length from end tooth to end tooth was 10 inches, and even longer if measured along the arc. In theory, this could reasonably cut logs up to 6” in diameter.
Saw teeth were sharp, aggressive, and fairly large. Corona Razor saw profile was designed to cut on the pull stroke. The ergonomic curves were comfortable and ideal for cutting. In addition, the bright red color stands out nicely on the ground and amongst foliage. Overall length of the folded saw was 12”.
Corona Razor tooth pruning saw blades are user replaceable via a single screw. Corona replacement blades cost around $13-$14.
Shockingly better cutting than another brand!
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I purchased this and a Bahco folding saw and tested them on a piece of firewood over a couple of days. The wood is a piece of dried out ash 2 3/4″ wide at its widest.
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I just recieved my Corona saw, and took it out to a wooded area of my land to test it. It took down 4″ diameter trees in under 30 sec’s with little effort. I’ve purchased a lot of saws in my 20+ yr’s as a professional landscaper, but none came close to the ease with which this design cuts. The teeth are tough and razor sharp. It cuts with ease on both the push and pull stroke. I’ve only used it on green wood so far, but have no doubt it would power through dead and frozen limbs as claimed. The problem another professional mentioned with loosening of the nut is insignificant. A touch of locktite as he mentioned will quickly solve the problem. Don’t hesitate to buy it!
Great saw for all ages
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I habe the larger version of this saw and fell in love with it. I picked up 2 thsee smaller saws. One for my mother and one for my son. This saw works fir kids, adults and grandparents. I love the fact that it locks while open AND when closed. A lot of the popular folding saws don’t lock when they’re closed. Recipe for disaster if you ask me. I don’t like the idea of anything sharp being able to open on its own. This saw works for tasks around the house and for those of us that enjoy camping and hiking.
Workhorse to root cutter
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I’ve had this thing for 17 months and used for everything from camping, and general hand saw work at home on normal lumber. I did not treat it well, but it held. The only thing that I would change is the center nut that holds the blade on came lose and went missing, so I had to replace it (easy). I also installed the new one with a superglue backing so I can’t lose the new one.
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High winds here in WNC a couple of weeks ago brought down some mammoth size trees in the woods where I hike and short of carrying a chainsaw many miles, I needed something to help me clear my paths. This saw did the trick. I’ve got a saw blade just like this on my SOG multitool only alot smaller that I’d used to cut limbs about 6 inches thick. This baby went through limbs 10 to 12 inches thick like warm butter. Some woods are softer and easier to cut through but even the harder woods succumb to this blade. I had to saw through a black cherry log about 12 inches in diameter that took some work but this little saw did it with some elbow grease. It’s a great pruning saw and is easily carried with you on a hike, camping, etc.
Keep it indoors
It cuts as efficiently as a sharp bowsaw. Control is better, and it will leave a cut that looks as if it had been sanded flat. It’s handier and safer to carry. It will reach in where a bowsaw won’t.
My go-to tool
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I’ve owned several folding saws before, including a few designed for backpacking and a few designed for pruning, and this is, by far, the best. My first task with it was to cut through a 7-inch diameter piece of downed but still wet Osage Orange that I was harvesting for a project. Although it was tedious, I made steady progress, better than I would have made with my bow saw. Osage Orange is notorious for blunting blades, but this one showed no ill effects. Since then I have used it for pruning 3/4 inch to 3 inch branches, live and dead. This saw has such a smooth and sharp pull that I can cut 2 inch branches far from the trunk without even bracing them with my other hand. The blade deploys and locks open with the push of a button and flick of the wrist. Stowing it is just as easy. I couldn’t be more pleased.
Like a hot knife through butter.
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I got the 7″ version to pack with me while camping out as not to take up a lot of room in my bag and let me say this saw cuts like a champ. I sawed up some downed limbs around three to four inches in diameter in my lawn and it was like using a chainsaw lol. It cuts well in both directions and folds up and locks in place when not in use. Handle has a nice grip and the blade has plenty of teeth to get the job done and done fast. I like this one better than some of the others out there due to the fact it locks in both the open and closed position and the blade is replaceable. There’s also a hole in the end of the handle for a lanyard for hanging/safety. Great folding saw and I recommend it for anyone needing a compact great cutting saw for whatever project/chore you may have.